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I was paying 6.30 x 30 days a month . Thats180.00 I spend at the casino. I even win sometimes. Try to stay in the non smoking section when you first quit. Look at it this way..... At least your not killing yourself.
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fast food pop cigs junk food and more fit into this! I save tons by only eating out twice a month or less. I drink water w lemon and I skip junk food that adds up and make sweets @ home...we are spending our lives paying for thing that don't even last a day!
A super easy glass cleaner that dose just as well if not better is as follows. Take a spray bottle and fill half with warm water. Add two tbsp. of corn starch and fill the rest of the bottle with equal parts vinegar and rubbing alcohol. Shake well before each use as corn starch will settle. Try a batch I bet you will love it!
Even the dollar store cant beat the price of a homemade cleaner in the long run! Vinegar and water cleans almost everything just as well! You just mix it in a spray bottle and go! Use at least a 1 to 4 ratio but if you don't mind the smell you can use it straight!
I have always had a Swiffer since iv been on my own, but the pad and cleaner cost so much! I found a reusable version of a Swiffer for about what a real Swiffer cost at Wal-Mart but with a cloth rewash able pad and a container you refill yourself with whatever you want! I use vinegar water and a squirt of dawn for mine! Iv had it for two years and LOVE it!
Recently my family has had to face the music and realize that no matter how much we love the area we live in, with the rising cost of gas, and cost of living; we realize that we can no longer afford to live in an expensive house more than an hour away from town and jobs. We've come to the realization that in order to pay off past due debts and have a little left over to save each month, it's time to move into a cheaper place that's closer to work.